Discrimination Lawsuit Against St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell Delayed Until Next Year, Amid Congressional Run

CLAYTON, Mo. – The much-anticipated discrimination lawsuit trial against St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell has been postponed until next year. The trial, which was originally scheduled to begin on Monday, will now take place on January 27, according to St. Louis County Circuit Judge Bruce Hilton. The delay comes after lawyers Jerome Dobson and Gregory Rich, representing Susan Petersen, a former longtime prosecutor who was fired by Bell in October 2019, requested more time. Petersen filed the lawsuit in October 2020, claiming that she worked in the prosecutor’s office for 21 years before … Read more

Guilty Verdict: Greenville County Man Admits to Woman’s Death in Horrific Hit and Run

GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. — A man from Greenville County, South Carolina, has pleaded guilty to a hit and run incident that resulted in the death of a woman in 2022, according to Solicitor Walt Wilkins from the 13th Circuit Solicitor’s Office. Aaron Bradley Laws, 30 years old, entered his guilty plea on March 18, admitting to charges of hit and run with death and habitual traffic offender with death. Wilkins provided evidence during the plea hearing, which revealed that Laws had been driving a pickup truck along Talley Bridge Road in northern Greenville County on … Read more

California Court Rules Assemblymember Vince Fong Can Run for Multiple Offices, Calls for Urgent Update of Outdated Election Law

Sacramento, California – California Assemblymember Vince Fong finds himself in the spotlight for a controversial move in his political career. Despite the common sense notion that candidates should not be allowed to run for multiple offices simultaneously, Fong took the audacious step of putting his name on the March primary ballot for both reelection to the Assembly and the congressional seat left vacant by former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Last week, a Sacramento County Superior Court judge ruled in favor of Fong, stating that the state law prohibiting candidates from seeking “more than one office … Read more